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Two people were treated for smoke inhalation after a microwave blaze at a house in Colne

Two casualties after microwave blaze at Colne house

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The new fleet at Turf Moor

Made to measure buses roll into town

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Miles Whitefield, Mark Smith,and Anthony Turner were charged with S20 Wounding.

Incarcerated trio to appear in Crown Court after Colne man dies

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Primark slammed over ‘padded bra’ range for children

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Get ready to take your seats for re-launch of new look Burnley cinema

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Parish council: "Barrowford has had enough planning applications"

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The sheep were huddled together on a high spot on the farm, standing in about three inches of water

On the lamb! Rabbits play woolly jumpers for sheep thrills

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Get out of one's way

More than 100,000 over-90's still hold driving licences

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More than 100,000 over-90's still hold driving licences

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A 255 million fund is expected to be unveiled to help councils speed up local measures to deal with pollution

New petrol and diesel vehicles to be banned from 2040

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County Councillor, Andrew Snowden, lead member for highways and transport.

Bus services: Councillors debating where £1m injection most needed

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The surge in ticketing comes after clamping on private land was banned in 2012

Code of conduct urged as number of parking tickets from private companies rises

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The road remains closed but recovery now on scene

Road closed after 'serious' accident in Gisburn

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Incarcerated trio to appear in Crown Court after Colne man dies

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Charlie Gard's parents Chris Gard and Connie Yates

'Sorry we couldn't save you' says Charlie Gard's mum as court fight ends

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Police have thanked members of the public for their help in finding Nelson woman Humera Ali.

Missing Nelson woman found safe and unharmed

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Police search for prisoners who absconded from Kirkham Prison.

Man hunt after duo abscond from Kirkham prison

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Nelson and Colne College artists lead the fight

Education
Students explore life in a Lancashire mill through dance, music and clogging.

Students take centre stage in new production Cotton

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Casterton Primary School in Burnley are looking forward to using 7,000 worth of gym equipment won for them by members of Crow Wood Leisure.

Fitness fans with right moves win school its own gym

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Members of the Lord Street Primary School choir.

Young choristers treat care home residents to special performance

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Primark slammed over ‘padded bra’ range for children

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Barrowford Parish Council have lodged an objection to the application (stock image).

Parish council: "Barrowford has had enough planning applications"

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The sheep were huddled together on a high spot on the farm, standing in about three inches of water

On the lamb! Rabbits play woolly jumpers for sheep thrills

Offbeat
Get out of one's way

More than 100,000 over-90's still hold driving licences

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Drumming Mayor’s benefit gig with a difference

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Emily and her daughter Penny are pictured at the front at the Teddy Bear's Picnic held at St Michael and St John's RC Primary School to raise awareness about the virus CMV and to raise funds for the charity CMV Action.

Mum's fight to eradicate virus

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SELRAP are appealing to reopen what they see as a crucial train line between Skipton and Colne.

Pendle Lib Dem peer appeals for "oomph" behind SELRAP campaign

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Coun. Rosemary Carroll

Renewed calls for race joke former Mayor to quit

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A deal for every vote: How the DUP will support Theresa May

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Theresa May's future as Prime Minister and leader of the Conservatives was being openly questioned after her decision to hold a snap election disastrously backfired.

Theresa May's future as Prime Minister is questioned after snap election backfires

Environment
Police are hunting the vandals who stripped the bark from this tree in Barnoldswick.

Search for mindless vandals after tree attack

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The stretch known as Straight Mile along the Leeds Liverpool Canal in Burnley which the Rev Paul Davis plans to walk as part of a linear pilgrimage.

Waterway to spread the Gospel

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Fitness fans with right moves win school its own gym

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Darryl Chadwick and his partner Claire who has MS.

Nurse with MS inspires 1,500 mile adventure

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Emily and her daughter Penny are pictured at the front at the Teddy Bear's Picnic held at St Michael and St John's RC Primary School to raise awareness about the virus CMV and to raise funds for the charity CMV Action.

Mum's fight to eradicate virus

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Geraldine Haigh, Janet Shaw, Dora Hoggarth and Lisa Titchner are Diamond Target Members of Barrowford Slimming World. (s)

Diamond slimmers are shining examples

Lifestyle
AuntBessies has added these delicious veg chips to its range, which count towards the recommended five-a-day. (s)

REVIEW: Crunch your way to five-a-day with these delicious veg chips

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